Author Topic: 4 Largest bitUSD orders processed today totaling ~80,000 bitUSD  (Read 1419 times)

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As I understand it that was I3 covering for all the existing shorts that were grandfathered into the system.
I'm not sure exactly how this works. So are these positions going to be held until the grand-fathered shorts are eventually covered? Effectively reducing the floating supply?
Just adding to this question, scanning through the shorts there appear to be well over 200K+ in grandfathered shorts. So 80K in buys would not be enough. Will there be more accumulated until the grandfathered positions are fully covered?

If that were the case then we could guarantee from that point forward that any seller will be able to receive the peg price on exit if their order sits (and adjusts with the feed) for up to 30 days. That would be great for buyer confidence.

Something else just struck me - until the grandfathered shorts actually roll off however, the interest paid by new shorts will be spread over a base supply of BitUSD that is larger than it needs to be, diluting the interest earned.

IMO 1 year grandfathering is just way too long. Should be 3 months, we will already have seen an increase in price by then.

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As I understand it that was I3 covering for all the existing shorts that were grandfathered into the system.
I'm not sure exactly how this works. So are these positions going to be held until the grand-fathered shorts are eventually covered? Effectively reducing the floating supply?
Just adding to this question, scanning through the shorts there appear to be well over 200K+ in grandfathered shorts. So 80K in buys would not be enough. Will there be more accumulated until the grandfathered positions are fully covered?

If that were the case then we could guarantee from that point forward that any seller will be able to receive the peg price on exit if their order sits (and adjusts with the feed) for up to 30 days. That would be great for buyer confidence.

Something else just struck me - until the grandfathered shorts actually roll off however, the interest paid by new shorts will be spread over a base supply of BitUSD that is larger than it needs to be, diluting the interest earned.

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Can you post the same info from the console, please... the last GUI that was working for me (0.4.20) was displaying all kinds of funny and often not truthful facts.
And the top order is not ordered correctly.

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blockchain_market_order_history USD BTSX 0 20
« Last Edit: October 24, 2014, 12:24:26 am by tonyk »
Lack of arbitrage is the problem, isn't it. And this 'should' solves it.

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As I understand it that was I3 covering for all the existing shorts that were grandfathered into the system.
I'm not sure exactly how this works. So are these positions going to be held until the grand-fathered shorts are eventually covered? Effectively reducing the floating supply?

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As I understand it that was I3 covering for all the existing shorts that were grandfathered into the system.

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Pretty amazing! I am reading this right?